Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Bloodless bean-counters rule over us – where are the leaders?

Thanks to Anne for the tip-off on this great story:

'...Managerialists, he says, are “a group who consider themselves separate from the organisations they join”. They are not interested in the content of the work their organisation performs. They are a caste of people who think they know how to manage. They have studied “The 24-hour MBA”. There is a clear benefit from their management, for them: they arrange their own very high salaries and bonuses. Then they can leave quickly with something that looks good on the CV. The benefit to the company is less clear...'

Full story by Charles Moore of the Daily Telegraph (click here)